63 Providence workers still unvaccinated, facing suspension without pay

SIXTY-THREE Providence workers, or 3.1% of its employees, have not gotten the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine as of Feb. 8 and may face suspension without pay, the city said on Thursday. /PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM
PROVIDENCE - Sixty-three Providence city workers still haven’t gotten the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine, even with the extra three-and-a-half weeks given since the original Jan. 14 deadline, according to data shared with PBN Thursday. Those who fail to get the first shot by March 1 may be suspended without pay, said Theresa Agonia, chief of external…

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